Livingstone Morrison is a transformational leader who is passionate about executive coaching, people development and performance improvement in general. He has vast experience in corporate governance, strategic planning and payment system development.
Mr. Morrison is a retired Deputy Governor of Bank of Jamaica who had oversight responsibility for the Administrative and Technical Services Division, the Finance and Technology Division, as well as the Payment Systems and Risk Management Division of Bank of Jamaica.
His career has been dominated by his role in the management and administration of Bank of Jamaica, but also includes executive management experiences in agriculture and manufacturing and in the modernisation of the Jamaican payment, clearing and settlement system to meet international standards of safety and efficiency.
Since his retirement he established LBM Consulting & Advisory Services Limited, trading as FranklinCovey Jamaica, as Jamaica’s exclusive licensee of FranklinCovey Company which operates in more than 160 countries around the globe. He is also a trained facilitator of solutions offered by the FranklinCovey Company and has positioned FranklinCovey Jamaica to support the mission of “Enabling Greatness: Great People, Great Organisations and Great Results”.
He is the proud recipient of the Order of Distinction in the Rank of Officer (OD) for service in the field of Central Banking, in particular, Finance and Administration and the Payment System. His list of awards also includes the 2018 Vocational Leadership Excellence Award, conferred by the Rotary Club of Kingston, for exemplary service and outstanding contribution to Jamaica.
Mr. Morrison is an independent board member to the JSE and its subsidiaries who was appointed as Deputy Board Chairman in 2019. He is also the former Chairman of the Regulatory and Market Oversight Committee. In addition, he serves as a member of Audit Committees of both the JSE and HEART Trust/NTA.
Mr. Morrison is a Chartered Accountant (Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica), holds an Upper Second-Class Honors Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and a Master’s Degree in Accounting (with Distinction) from the University of the West Indies.
He is driven and will continue to be driven by the view that “Excellence is a Journey, Not a Destination”.